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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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I have been diagnosed with 0 Stage Melanoma Insite 2

I have been diagnosed with 0 Stage Melanoma Insite 2 on my bottom lip. Four years I had an operation on my lip for the same problem. The Dr. removed the area of my lip that was a problem and took skin from the inside of my mouth to construct a new bottom lip. Now I have the same diagnoses as before. Is it possible for the skin on the inside of my mouth could have created the new problem?
Sat, 10 Nov 2018
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